Wrongful Imprisonment: Fabricant Sonmi 4 5 1

Written by: Andrea Dietrich

"Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present, and by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future." - David Mitchell's character Sonmi 451 A slave was Somni 4 5 1 to corporate society. She worked long hours and had no fun. Denied to see the light of sun and engineered genetically, a slave was Somni 4 5 1 to corporate society. Of joy to come, she once had dreamed, but truth would set fair Somni free. Her fate was not what she had deemed; of joy to come, she once had dreamed until the light of knowledge gleamed on her! A martyr she would be. Of joy to come, she once had dreamed but truth would set fair Somni free. (oops, I thought I could do 16 lines, not under 14, so the first poem is not truly a triolet, but a shortened version of one.) Inspired by the 5th story inside the movie Cloud Atlas: An Orison of Sonmi~451 For the contest of Black Eyed Susan: Wrongful Imprisonment or Sentenced